Categories Health Fitness and NutritionMedicinal Mythology

Medicinal Mythology: Milk Causes Allergies?

It’s common to hear sites like PETA, or Natural News, or whatnot, repeat this claim ad nauseam. “milk is the leading cause of allergies in children” you hear them say, claiming that milk consumption is linked with asthma (and a wide list of other ailments, including Autism). But what is the evidence behind this claim? Well, […]

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Categories Vegetarianism

The Dog/Cat Vegan Diet? A Scientific Analysis

I may be a vegetarian, but I know that I am an omnivore, and I know that eating animal products is a necessity unless you plan on supplementing. But I for one, am skeptical of the notion that a Dog or Cat, two biologically carnivorous animals, can have a balanced diet consisting entirely of plant-based […]

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Categories Vegetarianism

Vegetarians and Supplementation?

I really didn’t think supplementation would be that important when I became a vegetarian almost 7 months ago, but after almost a full month of making a food log on Cronometer, a site dedicated to helping people see the specifics of their food consumption, all the way down to their amino acid consumption, I saw […]

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Categories Vegetarianism

Meat-free Alternatives Are Rapidly Growing In Popularity, But Not Vegetarianism

Fast Food all over the country are starting to incorporate vegetarian animal-free food choices thanks to popular demand. Wendy’s is coming out with a Black Bean Veggie Burger, Subway is offering a Vegan menu, Johnny Rockets is testing vegetarian products, Starbucks is trying out Vegan food options to go with their soymilk lattes, Amy’s Kitchen launched […]

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